Diesel locomotive

Explore the world of diesel locomotives and discover powerful designs that will impress any train enthusiast. Find inspiration for your next model train project or learn about the history and technology behind these impressive machines.
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After enjoying Andy’s thread so much I thought I would try a thread on the 5 best looking or favorite electric locomotives. My 5 picks are as follows: 1. GG1 in Brunswick green and with 5 stripes is the best looking for all-time 2. P5a has similar character of a GG1 3. EP-5 Jet in the McGinnis paint scheme 4. E-44 always amazes me how nice a box can look 5. EP-4 very elegant So what are your top 5 electrics and why?

diesel locomotives planned but never built | O Gauge Railroading On Line Forum Railroad Images, Railroad Art, Gas Turbine, Railroad Photos, Train Art, Train Pictures, Diesel Locomotive, Transportation Design, Steam Trains

i keep finding lists of locomotives planned but never built on trains magazine locomotives like the RB3600 , FG9 and ALCO C636P (pictured below ) i also found these MK5500AC , and MK6000AC and here is proof that these being planned In the early 1990s MK Rail , a long time locomotive remanufacturer, announced its plan to compete directly with Electro Motive Division ( EMD ) and GE Transportation Systems ( GE ) by beginning its own high-horsepower locomotive program, starting with a 5,000…

Heather Jackson
Giant turbine and diesel locomotives followed Union Pacific’s famous Big Boys - Trains Side Walkway, Union Pacific Train, First Fleet, Kenosha Wisconsin, Steam Turbine, Union Pacific Railroad, Abandoned Train, Gas Turbine, Railroad Photography

Union Pacific’s fascination with large, single-unit freight locomotives did not end when it received the last of its 25 Big Boys in 1944. The railroad fielded fleets of powerful gas-turbine-electric and double-engined diesel locomotives in the 1950s and 1960s. [...]Read More...

Jon Greenlees
Trackside Classic: 1961 British Rail Class 55 ‘Deltic’ Diesel Locomotive – A Distinctive Roar of Confidence on Britain’s Rails | Curbside Classic Kingscross Station, Garden Railroad, Train Video, Traction Engine, Steam Railway, British Railways, Western Region, Tyne And Wear, Trainspotting

(first posted 12/5/2014) CC has already heard the story of Mallard, the world’s fastest steam locomotive and pride of the London and North Eastern Railway. But by 1960, Mallard and […]

Stuart Petre